The University says as soon as they found out, they tested the staff member’s work space as well as other campus buildings.
A Chester County nurse is facing charges for allegedly stealing drugs from the nursing home where she worked.
A Pennsylvania House panel got an earful while conducting a hearing in West Chester on proposed legislation to preempt local ordinances that restrict the use of single-family homes as college student rentals.
According to police, a resident of the 1400 block of Scenic Drive in East Bradford Township called police about a suspicious vehicle on July 1, 2015 around 8:20 p.m.
The search for hot spots went well into the overnight hours, with firefighters carefully canvassing for potential flare-ups after the large fire.
The fire was reported Monday night at the unit block of North Church Street.
Officials say that in 2010, Haynes posed as a 16-year-old girl named Katie on a teen dating website. As Katie, Haynes is accused of meeting minor girls online and requesting that they take and send sexually explicit photos.
Westtown seniors Casey Dech, Alex Nunes, and Xan Lorimer — under the guidance of faculty advisor Steve Compton — created a mechanically-activated hand for Joy, printed using the 3-D facility at Nemours DuPont Pediatrics.
West Goshen police tell Eyewitness News that they responded to a report of a person with a gun inside the building holding hostages.
A lot of the key players from the recent successful West Chester football teams are set to graduate.
A West Chester man is facing over 300 felony charges from an investigation that started with allegations of a sexual assault.
A 12-year-old West Chester boy is on a mission to compete in tennis on an international stage and he’s hoping the community will help getting there.
The field for the NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Tournament was announced late Sunday night and for the first time since 2012 it includes the West Chester University Golden Rams.
At Pierce Middle School they’ve been holding Volleyball for Heart since 1985. The driving force behind the event is the man who started it thirty years ago, Physical Education and Health teacher John Kosic.
Did you feel that? The U.S. Geological Survey says a minor earthquake shook the Philadelphia suburbs over the weekend.